Colonial Auckland : a collection of paintings, drawings and prints by early arti...


Colonial Auckland : a collection of paintings, drawings and prints by early artists


Platts, Una

Maker Role



Auckland City Art Gallery

About this object

An exhibition of work from nineteenth century and twentieth century New Zealand artists. Artists include: Caroline Harriet Abraham, Albert Edward Aldis, f. H. Arden, Edward Ashworth, Robert Atkinson, C. Aubrey, Charles Decimus Barraud, George Clarendon Beale, Alice Black (Mrs F. Weir), Eden Emma Bleazard, Charles Blomfield, Walter Boodle, Cyprian Bridge, Emily Buchanan (Mrs Humphrey Jones), P. F. Connelly, G. Slade Cosby, M. Day, Charles Philip Hippolytus de Thierry, William Eastwood, M. Elwes, E. Goring Forbes, Sir William Fox, Edward Augustus Gifford, T, Godfrey -- W. Gowin, J. M. Hammett, W. S. Hatton. Charles Heaphy, P. J. Hogan -- ? Hope -- John Barr Clark Hoyte, A. Vyvyan Hunt, Thomas Biddulph Hutton, Reverend John Kinder, Gottfried Lindauer, John Linnell, H. G. Lloyd. F. M., Albin Martin, Fanny Martin, Joseph Jenner Merrett, T. S. Monkhouse, William Nicholas, Isa Outhwaite, George Hyde Page, Edward William Payton, Will Peebles, Robert Field Porter, R. R., George Richmond, Andrew Robertson, R. W. S. -- Alfred Sharpe, F. R. Stack, George Treacy Stevens, Louis John Steele, Sam Stuart, William Swanson, John Symons, C. Veitch, Thomas Warner, Kennett Watkins, D. White, A. D. Willis, Frank Wright, Walter Wright, H. Y. or W. Y., H. W. Young. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Auckland City Art Gallery

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Subject and Association Keywords

Auckland (NZ) -- In art

Subject and Association Keywords

Art, Colonial -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- Exhibitions

Subject and Association Keywords

Art, New Zealand -- Exhibitions

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

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Spine Label

759.993 PLA

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